As data analytics tools and methods become more sophisticated, they can can help organize, visualize, identify and reduce data to expedite review and enhance review processes. Here are some use cases you may not have considered.
Many challenges of electronic information and messaging relate to knowing the actual identity of the message creator or recipient when so many aliases are in play. Learn how automated name normalization tools can help, especially when it comes to privilege review.
In this second H5 webinar on the topic of privilege review, experts in the privilege review process consider current challenges and reflect on the future of technological solutions that can accelerate review. Read the summary.
As AI increasingly permeates our lives, its use in the legal realm requires careful consideration by both practitioners and the courts, especially when considering legal processes and rules of evidence. Here are some things to consider.
In a recent H5 webinar at LegalWeek on the privilege workflow, the expert panel considered modern strategies for tackling privilege review effectively, accurately, and on budget with a combination of technology, enhanced processes and "good lawyering."
It is time to look beyond the keyword list paradigm for privilege review to include more sophisticated tools and methods that can be applied across assets, practice groups, firms, or lines of business. Learn why.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a sudden expansion of remote work, often necessitating patchwork solutions for companies to address their own and their customers’ needs and changing data sources and workflows. Will ROT get worse?
Keyword search in document review requires thought, skill and up-front work. Avoid these common mistakes when searching for responsive information.
The success of a document review isn't about location, it's about process — and the ability to manage the review effectively regardless of where it's conducted. Here are four best practices to make your document reviews more efficient and cost effective, whether they're remote or not.
With litigation rising, companies are feeling the pinch in their litigation efforts as budgets take a hit due to the Corona-virus pandemic. What can companies do to make sure they can meet their obligations?